Who is Michael Sussmann, Clinton campaign attorney indicted in Durham probe?
A federal grand jury indicted attorney Michael Sussmann based on allegations stemming from Special Counsel John Durham's probe of the origins of the Russia investigation, leading to his resignation from a law firm with established ties to the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign.
Wall Street Journal: Milley defends calls to China during Trump presidency as 'perfectly' within his duties
Gen. Mark Milley on Friday defended the calls he placed to his Chinese counterpart during Donald Trump's final months in office as "perfectly within the duties and responsibilities" of his job as the chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Greg Abbott says Biden administration 'flip-flopped' on closing overwhelmed Texas-Mexico border crossings
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reversed course on shutting down six ports of entry with Mexico on Thursday, saying the Biden administration “flip-flopped” on the strategy and has abandoned border security.
Georgia criminal probe into Trump's attempts to overturn 2020 election quietly moves forward
As Donald Trump returns to Georgia later this month, criminal investigators in the state have been quietly conducting interviews, collecting documents and working to build a line of communication with congressional investigators as they aim to build a case against the former President for his alleged attempts to overturn the state's 2020 election results.
Biden signs executive order authorizing new Ethiopia sanctions amid reports of atrocities
President Joe Biden signed a new executive order Friday authorizing broad sanctions against those involved in perpetrating the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia as reports of atrocities continue to emerge from the Tigray region.
Pompeo, Trump national security adviser in the dark on Milley's China intel and outreach, sources say
Neither former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo nor former National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien were aware of any intelligence while they were in office that suggested that Chinese officials believed the United States was planning an attack on China in the time period surrounding the 2020 election, former government officials told Fox News on Friday.
The Supreme Court's actions on abortion and voting rights would have stunned RBG
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died a year ago this week, had been well aware that the conservatives on the Supreme Court were poised to take a right turn in areas concerning reproductive health and voting rights. But the liberal icon would likely be stunned to see how far and how fast the court has actually moved.
January 6 vs. September 18: How law enforcement hopes to prevent another riot
A new fence, an information-sharing alert and ramped-up airport security are just a few of the ways law enforcement is preparing to prevent another deadly insurrection ahead of Saturday's rally aimed at showing support for those arrested on January 6.
Between violence and vandalism, the parties are experiencing a very ugly campaign
News/Politics: The three main parties say they’ve experienced ugly incidents on the campaign trail, ranging from vandalism to assault. Some party operatives say it's the nastiest campaign they've ever experienced.
Republican Rep. Anthony Gonzalez will not run for reelection; cites ‘toxic dynamics inside party’
Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, the Ohio Republican who voted to impeach former President Trump, announced Thursday that he will not seek reelection, citing the “toxic dynamics inside” the Republican Party.